Panel discusses MAPS 4 beautification, parks, trails, sidewalks and transit projects.
New 30-second TV spots highlight just some of the reasons why now is the best time ever to live in OKC. Up next? MAPS
Oklahoma City’s willingness to invest in itself has been a hallmark of previous MAPS initiatives.
Street resurfacing, trails construction and resurfacing, sidewalk and bike lane construction are being funded by the 10-year bond and a $240 million temporary sales tax. Within the sales tax portion, Wenger said the city has completed about $35 million in street resurfacing, with another $50 million already in work expected to start in the next several months.
In less than a month, OKC residents will go to the polls to vote on MAPS 4.
The City Council is using Better Streets, Safer City funds to pay for hiring 129 additional police officers, and hiring 57 more firefighters to staff two additional fire stations as well as bring an idled fire engine back into service.
New 30-second TV spots will help highlight just some of the reasons why now is the best time ever to live in Oklahoma City.
Amy Downs, CEO of Allegiance Credit Union and Murrah Building survivor, delivered the first keynote address at Elevate